Obituary for Jimmy D. Aubuchon

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Jimmy D. Aubuchon

January 11, 1940 - December 9, 2016

Beloved husband of Minette Aubuchon (nee Strobl).
Dearest son of the late Clyde & Mildred Aubuchon.
Loving father of Tammi Spinnenweber And the late Bill Spinnenweber, Carri (Kevin) Murray & Kathi (Tony) Wille.
Loving grandfather of Matt & Doug Spinnenweber, Larry, Megan, Shane & Collin Murray & Dominic, Connor, Brenden & Abbi Denise Wille.
Dear brother of Danny (Mary) Aubuchon, brother-in-law of Tom Strobl and Lorraine & the late Jim Strobl. Dear uncle, cousin & friend.

Jim retired from Anheuser Bush in 1998 and was a member of IBEW Local # l, and a member of the Knights of Columbus & the Eagles in Englewood FL.

A Funeral Mass will be held 10:30 AM Thursday December 15th at Immaculate Conception Church in Dardenne.

Family will receive guest from 9:30 AM till the time of Mass.

In lieu of flowers Memorials to the Tree House of Greater St. Louis at or 332 Stable Lane Wentzville, MO 63385 preferred.

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, December 15, 2016

Time: 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Immaculate Conception of Dardenne Catholic Church


7701 Highway N, Dardenne Prairie, MO, 63368

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Service Information

Date: Thursday, December 15, 2016

Time: 10:30 am -

Immaculate Conception of Dardenne


7701 Highway N, Dardenne Prairie, MO, 63368

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Tree House of Greater St. Louis

In lieu of flowers Memorials to Tree House of Greater St. Louis, preferred.

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Born: January 11, 1940
Died: December 9, 2016

Condolences for Jimmy D. Aubuchon

The Day Family posted on12/15/16

We are so sorry for your loss. If we can do anything, please let us know.


Peggy Strobl Weingart posted on12/13/16

My Uncle Jimmy: What a great guy! He leaves a hole in our family and our hearts. The Aubuchon Clan has my prayers as everyone works through how their lives will be changed now that Jim has gone to enjoy his rewards In heaven. Bless all of you as you work together to try to be happy for Jim now that he is at rest and try to carry on his legacy of love and support of each other. Love you. Peggy


Gary and Pat Sallman posted on12/12/16

Pat and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the whole Aubuchon family. Jimmy was a long time friend that I shared many a laugh and good times with. One of the boys from the store,--sure to be missed, one of a kind. Gary and Pat


Pam and Mike Stehr posted on12/12/16

We are so sorry for your loss. Your Dad,, Jimmy, was so much fun whenever we met him at your parties for the kids, Christmas, all of the time. He was thoughtful and a great person. Everything I have seen and heard, he was a wonderful father. You must be so proud of being his children and family. You are in our prayers.


Rose and Kenny Edgar posted on12/11/16

Minette so sorry for your loss. Jimmy was a great friend. He will be missed not only the man that he was, but his humor and his love of life.


Paula Heller posted on12/11/16

So sorry for your loss. I know those words are over-used, but it is difficult to express an acknowledgement for a loss so visceral and personal. Just know you and all your family will be in my prayers.


Bob and Karen Rose posted on12/11/16

Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.


Tanya Thurman Walton posted on12/10/16

Our hearts are broken.


Kathi Aubuchon Wille posted on12/10/16

My dad... what a character! Electrician, Entertainer, Life of the Party, Nosy, Stubborn, Mr. Fix-it, Curious, Loving & Generous. He touched the life of anyone he met, because he'd walk up & talk to anyone, give his opinion on anything, & worried about everything. Those who knew him- knew a great man! Inventions- ideas a plenty. Whether it was a bar, he wanted to name, "The Frog's Elbow", or an enterprise he wanted to start, his mind was always spinning. He had a dynamite group of friends & family that made his life complete- cousins, aunts & uncles, electricians, the "boys from the store" - childhood friends, brewery friends, the "Bassholes", he was always on the go! He loved to talk, advise, & argue. If you didn't know a story about Jimmy or hear a story FROM Jimmy, you didn't talk to him long enough. He lived everyday for his family. He loved them unconditionally with that big heart of his! He loved to help everyone & wanted to fix every problem in anyone's lives that was causing them any pain. He might aggravate you along the way, but deep down was the fairest & purest heart I've ever known & I'm proud of all his accomplishments. I will truly miss him!!


Sarah, Terry, Austin, & Emily posted on12/9/16

Love and hugs to you all. Your dad/grandpa lives on in the values he helped to instill in you.